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Dec 3, 2013 4:00am PST
website has met the obama administration's self-imposed deadline for improvements -- that's latest word from the white house. kathleen sebellius, the secretary of health and human services, cautions users will still encounter problems during the next several months as repairs continue. by the numbers...the white house says the troubled site is now working 90% of the time --compared to 43% in october. 375-thousand people visited the site by noon monday. the president says the site it prepared to sign up 800,000 people per day. it can handle at 50,000 users at one time. reports says 100,000 applicants were processed through the federal exchange during november. bernie madoff's former right- hand-man has turned into the star witness for the prosecution against madoff's former employees. frank di-pascali was madoff's finance chief for many years. he testified yesterday against five former co-workers. those former madoff employees have pleaded innocent and claim they were tricked by their former boss. di-pascalli tells the court- madoff's laid the ground work for his $17 billion ponzi sche
KICU
Dec 6, 2013 4:00am PST
of a possible hacking occurrence. banks are now much safer and the obama administration's goal of overhauling the financial system is almost complete -- that's what treasury secretary jack lew is expected to say in a speech later today. according to draft copies of that speech circulated yesterday, it's likely the secretary will also call for more rules for u-s banks. he is also expected to say that other countries need to do more to ensure their own financial institutions are properly regulated. china is banning bitcoin trading by major banks. it's a critical first step as government officials begin to regulate the digital currency. the chinese central bank said the virtual money has not posed a threat, but carries risks. regulators say bitcoins are anonymous, untraceable and can be transmitted electronically - which is cause for concern. apple is close to a deal with a chinese mobile company to sell i-phones overseas. the agreement gives apple access to china mobile's 700 million customers. some say it will give a major boost to apple in one of the world's most important smartphone markets
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